Posted by Jayce Ooi as Software
DarkStone SuperRAM is very famous on SD card Android. It is super fast as it loads whole Android system files into RAM compare to other normal builds which store at SD card. But SuperRAM on NAND Android build? Will that increase the loading speed? Let’s find out with TyphooN CyanogenMod 7 NAND Android RAM build. It is based on latest Android 2.3.2 Gingerbread and using Rafpigna v1.7 OC Kernel. By the way, A2SD+ was removed from base package since version 2. So you have to install optional add-on to enable A2SD+ function.
TyphooN CyanogenMod 7 on HTC HD2
Personally, I cannot feel the difference between normal and RAM builds. Too bad that Quadrant benchmark does not work on Gingerbread, else at least some data can tell me. By the way, to enable A2SD+ function. Try to apply one of these CWM flashable A2SD+ zips ~ AdamG’s A2SD+ or MDJ’s A2SD+. (I did not test them)
Installation guide ~ How to Install NAND Android on HTC HD2 with ClockworkMod Recovery? (Video)
Download TyphooN CyanogenMod 7 v2.1.3 [Kernel: Rafpigna v1.7 OC] NAND RAM Zip ROM here.